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HYHydraulic
HYHitler Youth
HYHelsingin Yliopisto (Finnish: University of Helsinki)
HYHalf Yearly
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HYHell Yeah
HYHygromycin
HYHigh Yield Strength (steel)
HYUzbekistan Havo Yullary (Uzbekistan Airways, IATA airline code)
HYHey Yall
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Documents showed intelligence chiefs had serious concerns about the Hitler Youth movement and whether it had sinister motives.
While participating in the twins study, Yufe told Cal State Fullerton psychology professor Nancy Segal that he did not blame his brother for participating in the Hitler Youth.
Benedict, who served in the Hitler Youth as a teen, is stepping aside weeks before his 86th birthday and almost eight years after he succeeded Pope John Paul II.
Selby's narrative begins with Artur Axmann, a Berlin teen who made a name for himself in the early 1930s through his active role in Nazi Germany's National Socialist Schoolchildren's League and the paramilitary Hitler Youth.
9 ( ANI ): A prestigious Jewish school in Sydney's eastern suburbs has scrapped a history assignment after a teacher suggested students to dress up as members of the Hitler Youth.
Lore goes from carefree member of the Hitler Youth, to head of a young family that she must feed and shelter on their hazardous journey.
The Hitler Youth was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party of Germany comprised of teens that existed from 1922 to 1945.
The German-born pontiff, who was forced to join the Hitler Youth movement as a child, has rarely spoken about his early life.
IN JANUARY 2010, Fritz told the Examiner about his life, growing up in the Hitler Youth and training as a pilot, the brutal Nazi training and seeing active service at 17.
The German-born Pope, who was forced to join the Hitler Youth as a 14-year-old schoolboy, said it was "deeply moving" to be in Britain for the occasion, which was a chance to "recall with shame and horror the dreadful toll of death and destruction that war brings".
True, the BBC allowed a few comics to crack a few gags about the Pontiff's Hitler Youth past on Mock the Week, and was lambasted for broadcasting a backdrop picture of Herr Ratzinger performing what appeared to be a Nazi salute.
Pope Benedict, who was forcibly drafted into the Hitler Youth during the war, is also expected to mention the damage done by German pilots 70 years ago during the Blitz and to pay his respects at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Westminster Abbey.